Bentazon

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  • Bentazon is a herbicide used to control weeds in food/feed crops. Bentazon is also registered for
    weed control on turf (golf course, sod farm). Bentazon is applied using ground and aerial
    equipment by farm workers and professional applicators.
  • Used as a post-emergence herbicide with activity against a wide range of broadleaf weeds, as well as yellow nutsedge.
  • Bentazon selectively controls many sedge weeds. Selective postemergence control of many broadleaf weeds in alfalfa, asparagus, cereals, clover, digitalis, flax, garlic, grasses, lawns, narcissus, onions, ornamental turf, potatoes, sorghum, sugarcane, soybeans, rice, corn, peanuts, dry beans, dry peas, snap beans for seed, green (succulent) lima beans, & mint.
  • Controls a number of broadleaved and sedge weeds primarily by contact actionin most graminous and many large seeded leguminous crops. A post-emergence herbicide with activity against a wide range of broadleaf weeds, as well as yellow nutsedge.
  • All types of beans, including soybeans, corn, sorghum, peanuts, peas, established alfalfa, lawns, rice are tolerant to bentazon/, while soybean and Canada thistle show differential activity.
  • Bentazon also is registered for use on ornamental lawns and turf. Most bentazon used in the U.S. (73%) is applied to soybean crops.
  • Bentazon may be applied either aerially or using ground equipment (except to lawns and turf, which may be treated using ground equipment only). Formulations include a flowable concentrate and a soluble concentrate/liquid.
  • Use practice limitations prohibit applying bentazon through any type of irrigation system; discharging effluent containing the product into sewage systems or bodies of water; using treated plants for feed or forage and treating crops/sites within 30 to 75 days of harvest or 12 to 50 days of grazing.
  • Bentazon is slightly acutely toxic by the oral, dermal and inhalation
    routes, and has been placed in Toxicity Category III (the second-to-lowest of four categories) for these effects. It is a skin sensitizer in guinea pigs.

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